• Annual Planning Meeting Agenda
    Annual Planning Meeting Agenda

    This is the agenda for Church of the Resurrection's West Campus annual one-day planning meeting. This basic agenda has been used for more than 5 years. As the number of staff has grown, they have divided the day, with ministry department leaders coming for the morning, joined by the rest of the staff at lunch for the remainder of the day.

  • Finding Joy
    Finding Joy

    In real life, we’re not always dealt the perfect hand. Relationships, careers and finances can all complicate life, leaving us unsettled, frustrated, empty and exhausted. What if you could turn the life you have into the life you want? What if life could be more meaningful and filled with real joy? What if you could develop habits that would make every day of your life better?

  • Scot McKnight Lecture
    Scot McKnight Lecture

    Scot McKnight is a world-renowned evangelist, author, blogger and speaker, who presented at Church of the Resurrection March 20, 2018 on the topic of his book, The Jesus Creed: Loving God, Loving Others. Dr. McKnight is the Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary and author of more than 50 books on Jesus, the New Testament and early Christianity. Churches and seminaries around the world use his books to help Christians better understand the New Testament. Suitable for youth and adult classes, this presentation of Dr. McKnight's unique perspective on Scripture will encourage and challenge you.

  • The Way of the Cross Prayer Trail
    The Way of the Cross Prayer Trail

    Church of the Resurrection's West Campus has developed a 1-mile walking trail for use year round as a place of prayer and reflection. Along the trail is an experience simiar to the "Stations of the Cross." This "Way of the Cross" is a modern adaptation of an old Christian tradition, dating back to the fifth century. The fourteen traditional Stations of the Cross mark the passages from the moment Jesus was condemned to death until his burial in the tomb. Church of the Resurrection has added a 15th for reflecting on the church’s namesake, “The Resurrection of the Christ.” The resources here could be as inspiration and content to create a similar experience. Included are the double-sided "trail markers," the text for each station (used for the electronic version found at www.cor.org/west/prayertrail for people to follow using an electronic device), and a printable booklet for people who prefer to use a hardcopy version.